Marieke Bos is an economist (Docent) and Deputy Director at the Swedish House of Finance at the Stockholm School of Economics. She also holds an Associate Professor position (0.2 FTE) at the Finance department of the VU Amsterdam and is a visiting scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Consumer Finance Institute.
Marieke has been a board member of the Swedish Pensions Agency and a visiting scholar at the Central Bank of Sweden.
Marieke has won the 2019 Michael J. Brennan Best Paper Award for her paper with Emily Breza and Andres Liberman, ”The Labor Market Effects of Credit Market Information” in the Review of Financial Studies, and the 2017 Hans Dalborg award for excellence in Financial Economic Research. She also obtained research grants from Nasdaq foundation, FORTE, the Swedish Innovation Agency (VINNOVA), NBER, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Russel Sage Foundation, the Swedish Bank Research Foundation, and the Filene Research Institute.
Marieke’s research focuses mainly on issues within the field of Household Finance and Empirical Banking.
Education: MSc from University of Amsterdam and Ph.D. in Economics from Stockholm University.
Itzhak Ben-David, Marieke Bos (2021). Impulsive Consumption and Financial Well-Being: Evidence from an Increase in the Availability of Alcohol. The Review of Financial Studies, 2021, Volume 34, Issue 5, May 2021, Pages 2608–2647
Marieke Bos, Chloe Le Coq and Peter van Santen (2021). Scarcity and Consumers’ Credit Choice”, Theory and Decisions, , Volume 91, Issue 5
Bo Becker, Marieke Bos and Kasper Roszbach (2020). Bad Times, Good Credit. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, vol. 52, pp. 107-142
Marieke Bos, Theodore P. Beauchaine and Itzhak Ben-David (2020). Financial Distress and Suicide over the Lifecycle for Individuals with ADHD: A Population Study. Science Advances, vol. 6, 40, eaba1551
Marieke Bos and Emily Breza and Andres Liberman (2018). The Labor Market Effects of Credit Market Information. Review of Financial Studies, vol. 31(6), pp. 2005-2037
(Editor’s Choice, 2018, Michael J. Brennan Best Paper Award 2019)